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  1. European eGovernment Awards 2009 www.epractice.eu/awards [add name of presenter] [add name of organisation (add acronym of organisation)

  2. OUTLINE • Why apply • Categories • Criteria • Important dates • Background • Past Awards • Winners 2007 • MinisterialeGovernmentConference

  3. WHY APPLY Submitting your case to the Awards and have a chance to: • Win one of five prestigious European eGovernment Awards 2009 • Exhibit at the 5th Ministerial eGovernment Conference 2009 www.egov2009.se • Be awarded with the www.epractice.eu Good Practice Label in recognition of your proven credibility, grade of excellence and scope of research

  4. WHY APPLY • Become a distinguished case within the www.epractice.eu community of experts • Draw attention to your achievements in the use of ICT in your home town, region or country • Network with other stakeholders • Have your case and experience highlighted on www.epractice.eu

  5. CATEGORIES • Category 1 eGovernment supporting the Single Market • Category 2a eGovernment empowering citizens • Category 2b eGovernment empowering businesses • Category 3 eGovernment enabling administrative efficiency and effectiveness • Public Prize Awarded based on the online votes cast by members of www.epractice.eu (open to all)

  6. CRITERIA • Relevance (10 points) • Impact (25 points) • Innovation (25 points) • Potential for sharing good practice (20 points) • Management approach (10 points) • Communication and dissemination approach (10 points)

  7. IMPORTANT DATES • 21 April 2009, Information Day in Brussels (BE) • 10 June 2009, close of call (16:00 CET) • Mid-August 2009, Notification of results and invitation of Finalists to Exhibition • 19 and 20 November 2009, Awards ceremony and exhibition, 5th Ministerial eGovernment Conference, Malmö (SE)

  8. PAST AWARDS • European eGovernment Awards 2007: Reaping the Benefits of eGovernment 19-21 November 2007, Lisbon (PT) • eEurope Awards for eGovernment – 2005: Transforming Public Services 24-25 November 2005, Manchester (UK) • eEurope Awards for eGovernment – 2003: 7-8 July 2003, Como (IT)

  9. WINNERS 2007 3rd European eGovernment Awards 2007 • HoReCa1: One-stop-shop for Hotel Resturant Café licences (NL) • Mypage:Self-services Citizen Portal (NO) • Becancon.clic (FR) • DVDV: German Administration Services Directory (DE) • OLPS: Online Police Station (IT)

  10. One-stop-shop for Hotel Restaurant Café licences HoReCa1 • 2007 Theme 1: Better public services for growth and jobs • Single access to 18 authorities • Possible cost reduction on national level €30,2 mill • Instrument to foster start-ups

  11. Mypage Self-service Citizen Portal • Mypage • 2007 Theme 2: Participation and transparency • Good example of interoperable architecture to self-organise the demand of eServices • 200 services from more than 40 public administrations • More than 200,000 registered citizens

  12. Besancon.clic • Besanc.clic • 2007 Theme 3: Social impact and cohesion • Reducing the digital gap by financing IT equipment for primary schools in Besançon and the Greater Besançon • Targets: The education system, youth, elderly, and/or disabled people • Clear planning of basic IS objectives, PPPs and collaboration with the central government

  13. German Administration Services Directory DVDV • 2007 Theme 4: Effective and efficient administration • Open Internet protocols allowing for cross-organisational, paperless processes • Reduce errors for 5,200 civil registration agencies • €1,3 million saved per month in the City of Bremen on a €300.000 investment over 3 years plus €250,000 in annual operation costs

  14. Online Police Station OLPS • 2007:Most Inspiring good practice • The world's first online police station • Allows citizens to seek general information, download forms, and make online complaints on computer crimes • Possibility of receiving valuable advice, interact with experts, and report illegal conduct and events direct on the web

  15. MINISTERIAL eGOVERNMENT CONFERENCE • Title: Teaming up for the eUnion • Focus: Event organised every two years to monitor progress and identify policy and research priorities in: • eGovernment supporting the Single Market • eGovernment empowering citizens and businesses • eGovernment enabling administrative efficiency and effectiveness • Links: Ministerial Declaration on eGovernment (18 November) Pre-conference event on Innovation and eParticipation (18 November) European eGovernment Awards 2009 ceremony and exhibition (18-20 November)

  16. MINISTERIAL eGOVERNMENT CONFERENCE • Dates: 19-20 November 2009 • Venue: Malmö (SE) • Website: www.egov2009.se • Hosts: European Commission Swedish EU Presidency • Nearest Airports: Malmö Airport (Sturup) Copenhagen Airport (Kastrup)

  17. SUBMIT NOW ! www.epractice.eu/awards

  18. THANK YOU • For more information: • Website: www.epractice.eu/awards • Awards Helpdesk: awards@epractice.eu • European eGovernment Awards Consortium: